Do the tribes pay taxes on their revenues?

Published on September 30, 2010 by Alice

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No. As sovereign governments they do not pay taxes on their revenues to the state or federal governments, though casino workers are generally subject to the same payroll and income taxes other Americans pay. States can assess fees to the tribes for costs of gambling regulation and administration. Some states, including Michigan, Connecticut and Washington, have formal arrangements with tribes to receive additional revenue.

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